Police are appealing for the public's help in trying to find Aaron Fiveash, who has been missing from his Bournemouth home since Monday.
The 36-year-old was believed to have left his parents' home in Sunnylands Avenue at around 5:30am on 6th January.
The National Police Air Service helicopter is continuing to search coastal and river areas.
Aaron's father, Dennis Fiveash said, "Please help us find our son. He left our house in the early hours of Monday morning in a confused state.
"He needs your help. We need your help to find him."
Anyone with information or knowledge as to Aaron's whereabouts should call Dorset Police on 101, quoting incident number 6:61.
Hampshire Police searching for missing man Eddie Jeske have found a body.
Officers found the body at Butts Ash Wood at around midday today.
The death is not being treated as suspicious. A file is being prepared for the coroner.
A 65-year-old man from Hythe has been reported missing since Saturday.
He was last seen in the Roseberry Avenue area and is described as 5ft 7ins with short grey hair, wearing work clothes and Wellingtons.
Officers are very concerned for Edmund’s welfare and would like to hear from anyone who has seen him or knows where he is.He is believed to have links to the Hythe, Marchwood, East Boldre, Brockenhurst and Lymington areas.
Police are appealing for information on a missing teenage boy.
Sammy McAllister is almost 16 years old and has been missing from Birmingham since 18 November. However it is believed that he is currently in the Oxford city area as he has family and friends here.
He is described as 5ft 6ins with dark hair, has facial hair and is of a medium build.
Officers involved in the search are becoming increasingly concerned about Sammy's health and welfare and would be grateful for any news that could help us locate him.
Police want to reassure Sammy that he is in not in any trouble but just want to know that he is safe.
Police are still searching for a missing 17-year-old from the New Forest but have received a number of calls giving details of unconfirmed sightings.
Suong Thi Bui has been seen in a number of locations, from Chichester in Sussex to Blandford Forum in Dorset, all the way up to London.
She was last seen at her home in Ringwood on Saturday 19th October.
She speaks little English and has no money for food or lodgings.
A woman reported missing from her home in Isle of Wight has been found alive this morning.
Helge Stringer, aged 76, went missing on Thursday 10th October at around 6.30pm.
She was found in the Alverstone area at 9.31am, after being spotted by a member of the public.
She is being taken to St Mary's Hospital by ambulance for medical treatment.
A man from Chatham has been missing from his home since yesterday morning.
Jamie Matthews, also known as James Horohan, is aged 30 and was last seen by his family at his home in Dunkirk Drive at around 10am, when he left the house on foot.
Jamie is 6ft 4ins tall, has short dark blonde hair, and wears bronze rimmed glasses. He was last seen wearing jeans, a red t-shirt and a jacket. His family are extremely concerned for his welfare.
Anyone with information should call Kent Police on 101, quoting ref. CAD 29/557
The missing woman from Rainham has now been found safe and well. Officers would like to thank those who helped with the search.
Police have launched an appeal to find a 49-year-old woman who went missing this morning.
Alice Bass was last seen leaving her home at 5.4am this morning and she was driving a blue Kia Picanto with the registration GF06 HFP.
Alice is white, about 5ft tall, of petite build with curly brown hair and wearing glasses.
She was wearing a purple, black and white check shirt with blue jeans when she left this morning.
Officers are concerned for her welfare and would like the public's help in finding the vehicle - which is believed to still be in the Medway towns.
Three weeks after a man from Berkshire went missing in Australia, his family say they are starting to come to terms with the fact that they may never see him again.
23 year old Gary Tweddle, originally from Reading, disappeared after attending a work conference in the Blue Mountains near Sydney on July the 16th.
The search has now been scaled down to a "recovery operation".
Hundreds of emergency workers and volunteers have spent the last three weeks scouring scrubland around the area where Gary was last seen.
He had called a friend just after midnight and told him he was lost in bushland near a main road after becoming separated from a group.
Nothing was heard from him after that.
His father David, who's just come back from Australia where he was helping with the search, has described returning to the UK without his son as "horrific". He says the family is now coming to terms with the fact they may never see Gary again.
They've launched an online appeal using Facebook asking for information but as yet it hasn't proved successful. Visit the page here.